And so I’m not terrified of changing - in fact I’m terrified of exactly the opposite. If you’re not moving, then you’re heading to rot.
Recent Robert Rauschenberg SEED Grants given to both gloATL and Living Walls will fuel The Traveling Show, a thrilling public art tour, embodying Rauschenberg’s fearless, innovative and pattern-breaking experiments to 6 cities in Georgia.
Learn more about how you can contribute at http://power2give.org/Atlanta/Project/Detail?projectId=1647
Robert Rauschenberg, Jasper—Studio N.Y.C., 1958; photograph; gelatin silver print
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
In honor of Jasper Johns’ birthday today.
Robert Rauschenberg, Untitled [Cy with his artwork, Rauschenberg’s Fulton Street studio (II)], 1954
Happy birthday, Cy Twombly.
Learn more about Twombly’s sculptures: http://www.tate.org.uk/research/publications/tate-papers/some-notes-on-words-and-things-cy-twomblys-sculptural-practice
Robert Rauschenberg, Last Turn - Your Turn (Earth Summit ’92 The United Nations Conference on Environment and Development Print), 1991. Offset lithograph.
For Earth Day today, “…I pledge to make the Earth a secure and hospitable home for present and future generations”
Learn more about Rauschenberg’s environmental activism in the 2008 catalogue Last Turn Your Turn: Robert Rauschenberg & The Environmental Crisis, available online at http://nurturenature.org/RRcatalogue5.pdf
Above: Robert Rauschenberg, Bellini #3, 1998, etching and lithograph, 59 x 37 3/8 inches
Leslie Sacks Fine Art is pleased to present “From the Collection of Leslie Sacks: Rarely Seen Works from the Gallery Archive.” This exhibition is composed of artworks that have been rarely exhibited…
Experiments in Art and Technology (EAT) flyer (1966). Pretty good lineup! We have a great mini-archive of EAT materials here in the library that was donated by Billy Kluver. -ds
Thanks to MoMA Library for sharing this great flyer from 9 Evenings: Theatre & Engineering, a collaboration between artists and engineers conceived by Rauschenberg and Billy Klüver. If you are interested in learning more about 9 Evenings, the website for the Daniel Langlois Foundation’s 9 Evenings collection is an excellent resource.